We here at Disability Work Tools are dedicated to helping you – the working person – to maximize your potential and be able to continue your job regardless of disability, injury or disease. We also like to think we can help by encouraging folks to look on the inside– inside our hearts – where we are all wounded and hurt to some extent or another. We encourage you to look to God for those hurts.
Spring is here! (Or at least the official date, it snowed yesterday here!) The birds have arrived and are chirping. If you are from Michigan as I am, then the arrival of the common Grackle is a great sign. (Robins frequently winter over here, so don’t really count as a spring bird.) Maple syrup season is in full swing and it is time to start planting in the house. The mailbox is beginning to be stuffed with a myriad of seed and nursery catalogs.
Farmers or ranchers with arm/hand injuries, back problems or limited strength can connect wagons and implements with PTO shafts to the tractor without leaving the tractor seat. Easily hitch PTO implements such as feed grinders, hay balers & mowers, manure spreaders, and clevis wagons such as hay racks or bale haulers.
Winter calving is well underway, and spring calving is just around the corner. This is the time I have always enjoyed. Seeing the new calves out with their mothers is a sight that cannot be duplicated!
I’d like to talk about those crucial first few hours and days of a calf’s life, especially during this time of year.